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Frame Size Film roll film 15 exposures ; Page 6: Loading The Battery 1. Loading the Battery The electronically controlled shutter will not work without loading the battery.
The shutter will be mechanically controlled when the battery is not loaded or when it is loaded with its polarity marks reserved. Many in the studio or at home can use a single ETRS main body, by using additional film backs. Page 8: Film Loading 4. The film back frame, on the other hand, consists of a base with a dark slide slit and a back cover with a film type indicator frame.
The film back frame completely encloses the film holder and shields it from outside light, as well as connecting it to the camera main body. Page 9 5. Rotate the manual film winder on the right side of the film holder in the arrow-indicated direction, while checking the advancing film. When the starting point, or arrow-mark, is aligned with the triangular start-mark on the top left side of the film holder, stop rotation.
Film Type Indicator Frame Upon loading the film, tear off the end flap from the empty film pack- age and insert it in the film type indicator frame. Page Film Unloading Seal the exposed film and return it to its original box until development. Page Shutter Release Button Shutter Release Button A.
Depress the shutter release button with the ball of the finger. Press all the way in with a smooth and gentle action. There is no need for strength or jerky action, which will induce camera shake and affect picture sharpness. Page Time t Exposure Time T Exposure Time exposures are made with the time exposure lever on the lens, regardless of the setting on the shutter speed scale.
However, the lever is locked to prevent accidental movement and must be unlocked for use. Page Interchanging Lenses Interchanging Finders A. The finder can be interchanged with other optional finders to match shooting conditions to photographic conditions. To attach the finder, align the front end of the finder with the front end of the find- er frame on top of the camera main body, as shown.
Then, gently lower the finder and, when well seated, slide forward until it locks.
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The ETRSi has been developed Page 6 1. Loading the Battery The electronically-controlled speeds of the shutter will not work without loading the bat- tery. One alkaline-manganese
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Frame Size Film roll film 15 exposures ; Page 6: Loading The Battery 1. Loading the Battery The electronically controlled shutter will not work without loading the battery. The shutter will be mechanically controlled when the battery is not loaded or when it is loaded with its polarity marks reserved.
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